Month: September 2022

Rowing Blazers, a New York-based clothing brand, has announced a new line of Sonic the Hedgehog apparel. The collection draws inspiration from Sonic’s aesthetic from the 1990s, with graphics inspired by art from the time.  Those who are interested in the collection can look forward to clothing items like a cotton sweater with Sonic’s image, a
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Last week, we asked you to spin your gears and share robots, droids, and machines from the game of your choice using #PSshare #PSBlog. Here are this week’s highlights: RevolutionAndre shares Kit from Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart in macho machine mode. sorathluna shares a Slitherfang coiling up in the desert in Horizon Forbidden West.
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It’s October, and you know what that means–freaks and frights are abounding! There’s no better time to dive deep into some wildly experimental and stylish survival horror than the Halloween spooky season, and this month’s PlayStation Indies delivers on that front. As for the “freaks”–well, we’ve got a gaggle of very strange creatures and some
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Welcome to Next Week on Xbox! In this weekly feature we cover all the games coming soon to Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, Windows 10/11, and Game Pass! Get more details on these upcoming games below and click their profiles for further info (release dates subject to change). Let’s jump in! Dakar Desert Rally –
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Nintendo has stated that there’s been a delay in producing the physical versions of the original Bayonetta game for the Nintendo Switch family of systems. Bayonetta’s first adventure was due to be released on Switch in physical form on 30th September, but has instead been delayed until the first half of October. It will be
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This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Hot on the heels of Logitech’s G Cloud handheld announcement, there’s a new cloud gaming portable on the horizon. Verizon, Razer, and Qualcomm have teamed up to launch the Razer Edge 5G, an Android-powered gaming device that will let you
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Reviewed by Luke Reilly on PlayStation 5. Also available on PlayStation 4, Xbox, and PC. “Session may be reminiscent of the similarly hardcore 2020 skateboarding simulation, Skater XL, but it picks up where its rival stalled by arriving with a far, far more substantial map selection, plus a simple campaign that stitches it all together.
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